Roads are now open after an oil pipeline explosion off Highway 69 North, just north of the Lufkin city limits.
The blast happened Thursday around 11:00 a.m.
The explosion was caused by a construction crew working in the area. One person was injured in the blast. A construction worker operating a bulldozer was rushed to a Houston area hospital with serious burn injuries.
The ruptured line is a six-inch crude oil line.
Evacuations and road closures for a quarter mile radius of the blast site have been canceled.
The fire is completely out.
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